As a teacher and lover of TTRPGs I have been looking for a way to introduce my own kids (ages 4 and 2) to the fun and life skills available in RPGs. I was excited when I found Argyle and Crew. The real-world aspects of it (making puppets, exploring your house, solving physical puzzles), the creativity, and cooperation was just what I was looking for for my young children.
For our first session they each picked an old sock. The older child added wings and the younger was just excited to have a sock on hand and to follow us around. The 4yo didn't want to act at first, so I played both the soppet and the characters helping him search for coins with him giving advice, but he soon took over. By the end he was helping the characters resolve problems (there was a very hungry dog and a lonely troll) and figuring out ways to navigate the playroom (a shoe rack became a fire ladder to get to the out-of-reach gold coin). He even got his 2yo sister involved by having her be the gold coin holder.
So, if you are interested in a fun way to teach your young children problem-solving, empathy, conversation, creativity, teamwork, sharing, etc. grab this game and let loose.